"Art et scholastique, que nous publions ici avec des additions considérables, a paru, pour la première fois, dans la revue Les Lettres, nos. de septembre et octobre 1919." Topics: Art -- Philosophy, Scholasticism
"The following Address may be considered as a sequel to the one delivered by the Author at Manchester, on the 28th of April. To that, however, considerable additions were made in publication. In this, no change has been made, beyond the insertion of two or three sentences omitted in delivery to save time. Again he must regret the difficulty of compressing into an Address, delivered to a mixed audience, subjects requiring much more detail to render them justice. Still, with other more... Topics: Catholic Church -- England -- Liverpool, Art -- Philosophy, Catholic Institute (Liverpool, England)
Criticism and aesthetics; The nature of beauty; The aesthetic repose; The beauty of fine art; The beauty of music; The beauty of literature; The nature of the emotions of the drama; The beauty of ideas Topics: Aesthetics, Art -- Philosophy, Drama -- History and criticism, Literature -- History and criticism,...
Le Panthéon.--Marilhat.--Du beau dans l'art.--Shakspeare aux funambules.--Le théâtre à Munich.--Pierre de Cornélius.--La nouvelle pinacothèque.--Théâtre du Psi de Cassiopée--L'apothéose de Napoléon Topics: Marilhat, Prosper Georges Antoine, 1811-1847, Cornelius, Peter von, 1783-1867, Art -- Philosophy
Kate Millett interviewed by Paul Vangelisti on her book "Flying" and her ideals about art in her life. Previously cataloged as "The artist and Flying." Topics: Millett, Kate., Women authors, Art -- Philosophy., Feminists, Authorship., Lesbians -- United... Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982